TRANG, Sept 25 – A humpback dolphin was found dead in the sea off Thailand’s Sukorn Island in the Andaman Sea, the fifth death, in this southern coastal province, an ecological official said Tuesday.
SONGKHLA, Sept 26 – Security has been beefed up in the trading town of Hat Yai in this southern province after widespread reports and rumours that a suspected insurgent in Thailand’s deep South may try to take refuge here, according to provincial police.
PHITSANULOK, Sept 26 -- Five subdistricts in Phitsanulok's Bang Rakam district are still battling Yom River floodwaters two metres above its river bank due to the high volume of waterflow coming from higher ground, in upstream districts.
BANGKOK, Sept 26 - Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung on Wednesday instructed Thailand’s national police chief to step up security during the country’s political gatherings following yesterday's clash between supporters of the red shirt and yellow shirt movements.
BANGKOK, Sept 24 - The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) Automotive Industry Club spokesman said he expected Thailand could reach production capacity of as many as 2.3 million cars this year.
BANGKOK, Sept 24 -- Bank of Thailand (BoT) Governor Prasarn Trairatvorakul today called on the country’s private sector to be more careful in their risk management given the predicted inflow of foreign capital into Thailand—an impact of the latest US stimulus package recently announced by the US Federal Reserve.
BANGKOK, Aug 24 - Finland today committed $14 million for the second phase of a program to help the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) achieve environmentally-friendly economic growth.
NEW YORK, Sept 25 – Belgium was invited to collaborate with Thailand in the development of the massive Dawei deep seaport in Myanmar, according to Thai Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul.
PHITSANULOK, Sept 25 – Phitsanulok’s Bang Rakam district is likely to be under water for another month before receding in late October as it is a low-lying area and holds the floodwaters from upstream districts, the Phitsanulok irrigation chief said today.
BANGKOK, Sept 25 – King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang has introduced a new invention using microwave drying out of waterlogged soil to help flood-hit farmers who normally lose several weeks waiting for the soil to drain and dry before resuming cultivation.